GEWICHT: 60 kg
Oberweite: 85 J natur
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Is it all worth it? She's full of personality, and you love her for it! Rottweilers are proud workers and noble companions. She is happiest when she has a job to do and gets ample exercise. Rotties were used to drive cattle by day and to guard the herd by night.
They were bred to be large and strong and to help control and navigate large bulls. When herding cattle was made illegal, Rotties became nearly extinct! They became popular again later when used as draught dogs by butchers. In the early s, a breed club was formed to preserve the breed. With proper socialization, Rottweilers make strong and loyal companions. The Rottweiler is a generally healthy breed with an average lifespan of 12 years. We know that because you care so much about your dog , you want to take good care of her.
That is why we have summarized the health concerns we will be discussing with you over the life of your Rottie. By knowing about health concerns specific to Rottweilers, we can tailor a preventive health plan to watch for and hopefully prevent some predictable risks.
That does not mean your dog will have these problems; it just means that she is more at risk than other dogs. We will describe the most common issues seen in Rottweilers to give you an idea of what may come up in her future. This guide contains general health information important to all canines as well as the most important genetic predispositions for Rottweilers. At the end of the article, we have also included a description of what you can do at home to keep your Rottie looking and feeling her best.
Unfortunately, your Rottweiler is more likely than other dogs to have problems with her teeth. Dental disease starts with tartar build-up on the teeth and progresses to infection of the gums and roots of the teeth. In fact, your Rottie's life span may even be cut short by one to three years! Rottweilers are susceptible to bacterial and viral infections — the same ones that all dogs can get — such as parvo, rabies, and distemper. Many of these infections are preventable through vaccination , which we will recommend based on her age, the diseases we see in our area, and other factors.